The great, gray elephant was standing in the middle of Tuesday’s candidate forum at the Chetco Library in Brookings and no one — not even the League of Women Voters staff who selected the questions posed by citizens Tuesday night — addressed it. The biggest
The Curry Coastal Pilot has pontificated in this editorial space many times about the importance for governmental transparency. We’ve encouraged public entities such as school boards, city councils and county commissions to follow Oregon’s public meeting laws and, for the most part, they have. We’d
If there’s been a hot topic in Oregon this summer, it’s lead in the drinking water at schools around the state. Lead can cause permanent damage, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet Gary Ward, administrator of the Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
It was one of those days when you hung another year on the line. Seems like they don’t matter much these days, unless they end in a zero. Then again, it was one of those days when once again you saw what’s important in life
Several Pilot readers frustrated by recent decisions and actions of a certain elected official have written letters proposing a recall of that person. It’s not the first time. It won’t be the last. Interestingly, Oregon is one of many states that allows recall drives without
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